Here's a little blurb from Amazon's book description:
Humorous yet heart-wrenching, Barbara Allen's memoir, "Nice Children Stolen From Car," tells the story of her teenage years in the chaotic household of her father, a compulsive hoarder. Through a series of stand-alone vignettes, Allen shares, from a young adult perspective, what it was like for her and her siblings to be raised in a house where nothing was ever thrown away, where no visitors were welcome, where basic necessities like food and running water were not always available. Excerpts from Allen's book have been posted on her blog by the same name and have generated a number of responses like this one: "[Allen] has a true gift... the stories and style remind me a bit of Augusten Burroughs' work..."Barbara is as wonderful and witty as they come, and I hope that you will consider buying her book!
Update: Now there is a Kindle version of Barbara's book, too!
Thank goodness there's a Kindle version - I couldn't bear to add a physical book to my house that I'd only read once. :) (Have purchased from COH bookstore as well). Thanks for the headsup.
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